Summary: http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-DMC-G2-Interchangeable-14-42mm-3-5-5-6/dp/B003AOAXL4/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1379866563&sr=1-1&keywords=dmc-g2 from this point forward, photography is simply electronic imaging. capture clean images with G2. 14MP, electronic view finder, touch LCD, auto focus, many control buttons on top side of camera.
Summary: This is a three year old model which suits my needs perfectly. It replaces a much older(by photographic standards) Panasonic. I particularly like the articulating screen, the large bright viewfinder, and the light weight. And especially the attractive price. It would give it all ten stars if I could.
Summary: This is the third micro four-thirds camera I've purchased since switching over from Nikon DX-sensor DSLRs, and I think it's the best I've used yet. Both of my previous camera (A Lumix DMC-GF1 and an Olympus E-PL1) were finderless, like most modern point-and-shoots. All composition was done through the back panel display. That's fine for indoor use and outdoors in the shade, but impossible in sunlight- everything gets washed out.
Summary: Not in production any longer, but I'm buying up as many of these cameras from the interwebs as possible for my business. It functions as a reliable and consistent camera for MOST uses. Down side is low-light photo taking capabilities. Pluses are its flexibility from full-on Auto to Manual. (No 'B' or bulb setting is a bit of a drag though). Only 12.1 megapixels, but has not been a problem.
Summary: Bought this used for $400+. I'm no pro, or amateur - just a guy sick and tired of point-and-shoots. Pros: You can get lens adapters, to fit other lenses (Canon, Nikon, etc) Size is fantastic. I literally have used this on bicycle rides, strapped around my shoulder on my back. "Intelligent Auto" button is a life-saver. I showed my wife how to use that, and now she can take good photos all the time.
i love this camera very much i want to buy it but it is very expensive can you sell me a cheaper one just like the blueone
29 May 2012
Summary: the camera is very lovely i love the blue camera it is different from the black,silver,red.i fall in love with the camera the moment i saw it i want to purchase the stunning blue one ,but it is a little expensive can you sell me acheaper one just like the blue one drop the price lower please.
Summary: Excellent camera when coupled with the 14-45 or the 45-200 lens. Pictures are exceptionally sharp, color is excellent. Camera has tilt screen which is an added plus. The onboard flash is a tad weak, but sufficient for fill light in or out side of house. I have owned the G1 also, but this model has video and does an excellent job with video. All in all I will keep this camera for some time and not upgrade to anything in the immediate future.
Summary: I have a Nikon D5100, a low/mid DSLR, but this G2 really gives that some serious competition! The G2 pictures are breathtaking. I think Panasonic found a sweet spot niche for people who are ready to graduate from point-and-shoot but don't want make the leap to the SLR world. Here are some pros and cons when compared with the other types: COMPARED WITH A POINT-AND-SHOOT + Pictures are significantly better in any environment + Much better in low light with no flash + Much...
Summary: This camera is great. I bought for my grandson, he is into skateboarding and wanted a camera that would take HD video. It is not the newest state of the art, but pretty close. The fold out video screen is crystal clear. It is very easy to use. I got the best price and got the best camera for the buck. My grandson and i are very happy.